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Grain - Two Zeros FLAC

Grain - Two Zeros FLAC Performer: Grain
Album: Two Zeros
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Ambient
Label: Fragrant Music
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: FRA-CD 001
Size FLAC: 2468 mb.
Size MP3: 2467 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 077
Record Source: CD, Album


Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich
Vocals, Written-By – Jemma DickenWritten-By – Jimmy Johnson
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson
5The Suspenders Of Acrobats
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson
6Does Jesus Have Buddha Nature?
Vocals, Written-By – Teo CastroWritten-By – Jimmy Johnson
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich
8A Weird Suspender
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich
9Strangeness Of The Kind
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich
Written-By – Jimmy Johnson, Peter Ehrlich


  • DesignKevin Hanley
  • Legal [Legal Services]Lauren Mason
  • Mastered By [Mastering Engineering]Charlie Watt
  • ProducerGrain
  • Programmed ByPeter Ehrlich
  • Programmed By, Guitar, Other [Frankenstein]Jimmy Johnson


CD comes in a jewel case with a transparent tray and a 6-page fold out booklet.

Cryptic message in liner notes reads:
To my friends from 2696, here is the first contact info: 18 January 1996, 6-8 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, 34:06N 118:22W, 330 feet, 130 mg. Ketalar 1000. Try to remember the key to compassion is this: When someone is crying, hug them, don't hit them.


  • Barcode (Text): 6 30096-0005-2 5
  • Matrix / Runout: DADR 17LS1<8014>63009600052
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L481
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8106


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fragrant Music
  • Copyright (c) – Fragrant Music
  • Pressed By – Disque Americ
  • Published By – Where's The Music, Loverboy?

I purchased this album when, on a fluke, I had heard a cut from it on my favorite indie radio show, the Grey Zone (now Rocket Radio), on Dallas' own KNON. It's a wonderful, eclectic electronic album, with "Videostore" probably being my favorite with an incredible build and nice atmosphere to it. Great production all around on it. How do I describe it without pidgeonholing it? It's a nice mix of ambient, techno, breaks, trance -- damn, words don't give it justice. And yes, I believe that really is the sound of pissing on the beginning of "Crickey," "Strangeness of the Kind," or "Birthson." I can't remember, since I don't have the album right in front of me. Do yourself a favor and grab this one if you can find it. I'm sure these days it's quite rare. I don't know what ever happened to the guys who produced this, because I would have really liked to have heard more from them. I suppose life had other things in store for them. But if they do put out a new album, I'd be the first in line to buy it.